Since arriving on the scene a few years ago, Lil Nas X has get rid of gender norms, especially in the area of style. Already have his off-the-shoulder lilac outfit with a dramatic train ride at the 2021 VMAs, with support from Versace; his barely have Balmain’s bandages on his head at a Diversity event in late 2021; and many different things sparkly mini skirt and crop top he wore in concert, just to name a few. As Lil Nas X said recently People“Style is a form of self-expression” and wearing skirts in particular is empowering “Montero” singer.
“I feel like I’m freeing my youth.”
“I’m really nervous walking out on stage in front of my family and everyone in my cute little Coach dress,” the Coach ambassador told the magazine. “But as soon as I stepped outside, I felt like I was liberating my youth.” He added that his family members, who previously believed “things were the opposite of what was happening on that stage,” said they were proud of him. “I feel like I’m changing some minds,” he continued.
Lil Nas X also explains how he expresses himself through his clothes. “It’s a way to show people who you are, or at least how you want them to see you. I feel like to go further in life, you have to change your clothes and do things that are normal. usually you wouldn’t.”
September, the musician kicks off his first world tour“Long Live Montero,” which features a custom Coach wardrobe designed by creative director Stuart Vevers. Six unique, futuristic suits including sequins, gladiator suits, cropped balls and minis. “The interface we created for Lil Nas X explores hilarious tensions between past, present, and future,” Vevers previously said. High capriciousness.